Paul West dismissed speculation linking him with the vacant Worcester City manager's post by revealing he has agreed a two-year deal to remain at Evesham United.
The Robins' giant-killing exploits in both the FA Cup and FA Trophy have propelled West's managerial skills into the spotlight and installed him as a possible contender to succeed Andy Preece at City.
Evesham, awaiting their new stadium to be completed at Cheltenham Road, currently ground-share with Blue Square North side Worcester but the former Wigan and Bradford City professional, who has been with the Robins for more than a decade, says he is going nowhere.
"I'm totally flattered by any speculation linking with any job at such a big club like Worcester City," said West. "But I've not applied for any other job and I'm not going to apply for any other job. I've got no intention of leaving Evesham United.
"I'm ambitious, like all my players are and I want to take this team forward."
After talks with chairman Jim Cockerton, West has agreed a two-year deal which will mean he will be at the helm when they make their return to Evesham in their new stadium.
The Robins, however, have been dealt a blow after midfielder Simon Fitter's comeback in midweek lasted just 40 minutes. Fitter will now need a x-ray on his ankle injury.
Vaughan Thomas turned from FA Cup hero to league goalscorer to help Chasetown defeat hosts Cinderford Town 2-1 in last night's Midlands Division fixture.
Defender Thomas, on target against Team Bath on Saturday, repeated the trick to give the Scholars a 14th minute lead, only for Scott Griffin to equalise.
But Kyle Perry slotted home a penalty winner on 41 minutes after Cinderford captain Neil Griffiths was sent off in the lead-up incident.
Stourport Swifts showed their resilience after recent heavy defeats to hold Bishops Cleeve to a goalless draw.